UNESCO Mediterranean Programme
Programme méditerranée de l'Unesco
1995, by Director-General of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, replacing UNESCO Network for the Mediterranean -- Réseau Unesco pour la Méditerranée (RUNESMED), which was approved by the 27th General Conference of UNESCO, 1993, Paris (France). Ceased 2004.
Group together UNESCO's schemes, networks and activities covering the Mediterranean region in order to: contribute to the advancement of the countries and peoples of the Mediterranean in the sectors that correspond to UNESCO's mandate; develop cooperation between public and private sectors - civil societies - in all parts of the Mediterranean region; promote the Mediterranean as an eco- cultural region. Major concerns: the desire to bring about the emergence of a culture of peace; promotion of cross-cultural activities.
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A network of networks, involving over 600 organizations, centres, universities, institutions and municipalities, relayed in each country by National Commissions, UNESCO Clubs, Associated Schools and UNESCO accredited NGOs. Mediterranean Multaqa - assembly of 100 eminent persons, meeting every 2 years, proposes initiatives for the Programme.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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